Lafayette Named One of Most Affordable Hotel Cities by

The accolades keep rolling in for the city of Lafayette and now the hotels in the area get to share the limelight along with the rest of the city.

Same-sex military spouses sue for equal benefits

The federal government says it recognizes same-sex marriage, but lesbian and gay veterans in 31 states are still missing out on thousands of dollars in benefits. And now they're suing for those rights.

The reason Ebola isn't being stopped

When she was an undergraduate at Princeton University, books like "The Hot Zone" and "Virus Hunters" captivated Rebecca Levine, inspiring her to become a disease detective.

9/11 museum: Tragedy turns the mundane into memorial

When does the ordinary -- letters, gloves, wallets -- become extraordinary?

40 million Americans now have student loans

Carrying tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt has become the new normal.

Fall Book Sale Starts Up Tomorrow Thru Saturday

Here's some good news for you, an event that South Louisiana loves to attend.

Community Leaders Show Support for Senator Landrieu

Community leaders were on hand today to show their support for Senator Mary Landrieu as the upcoming elections draw closer.

It's recruitment time at LSU

The main theme of today's career expo at LSU is networking. Ask any student or recruiter and they'll tell you how important it is to put yourself out there.

Comeaux Football Takes On Alexandria Friday Night on My KLAF TV

Friday nights mean high school football and it also means our sister station My KLAF TV will be live as the Alexandria Trojans take on the Comeaux High Spartans at Comeaux this Friday night.

Local Cajun businesses talk about their journey to success

Food is something Louisiana is known for, and our successful restaurants and leaders are the fuel to that fire.  At the September Food for Thought:  Authentically Cajun companies talked about how they climbed to the top of Louisiana&#